Auntie Oh Lives In Your Memories
BY KATHLEEN BU
With flights curtailed during the pandemic, Auntie Oh who works in Changi Airport’s Baggage Claim division is feeling lost. She discovers the stories and lives hidden within the abandoned luggage of passengers. Told through a whimsical lens, the film shines light on the social interaction that many miss today, and the beauty of life.
The film has been officially selected in the Singapore Panorama segment at the Singapore International Film Festival 2021.
Watch the full film below!
BY EYSHAM ALI
Yusuf plans to attend his daughter’s wedding overseas but misses his flight. He makes a scene and Nadia, a new airport ground staff, is tasked to help Yusuf get on the next available flight. Through an emotional recount, the film explores the intricacies and textured layers of relationships, love, and regret.
Watch the trailer below! The full film will be released in January 2022.
BY LI KAIYUE & ZON CHAN
A twist on a familiar term ‘Déjà vu’, the film brings viewers on a poetic journey of experiencing something familiar as if it were unknown through the juxtaposition between the airport and three individuals who undergo a similar period of uncertainty in their lives. As the sun rises and dawn breaks, a fresh perspective emerges amid the emptiness, presenting a glimmer of hope for the next day, as well as a sense of reversion towards the familiar once again.
The full film will be released in February 2022.